Hans Werner entertained an early passion for art and design combined with an interest in technology. Discovering the field of architecture, which blends these two into a composition of systematic beauty, he graduated from Plymouth University with a bachelors degree in architecture.
Returning to his origins in Munich, Germany, Hans built upon his architectural practice through a placement at Stadtwerke München and is currently assisting in the design of various projects at Koch+Partner – Architekten und Stadtplaner.
His passion has since evolved to photography. Starting as a hobby it has grown to be a full-time devotion.
With a bachelor degree in architecture in addition to 12 months of practice within the industry, Hans has developed a strong eye for details as well as recognizing original design concepts. His main concentration, therefore, being architectural photography.
Beginning with the discovering of panoramic photographs, the nonstandard formats led to focusing on land- and cityscapes. Through learning new techniques Hans’ curiousity continued to grow discovering new approaches – ranging from HDR (High Dynamic Range) to tilt-shift photography.
Enjoying a challenge, Hans has expanded to portraits – allowing a different level of planning and artistic expression.
Available for and seeking freelance, permanent or contract work as well as appropriate collaborations. Please feel free to email with any inquiries.
July 2010 – Present (3 years 6 months)Munich Area, Germany
Photographer specialized in architecture and night time photography. Available for freelance as well as contract work.
September 2011 – Present (2 years 4 months) Munich Area, Germany
Project: New Satellite Terminal for Munich Airport
February 2011 – August 2011 (7 months) Munich Area, Germany
Intern for the building management department of city projects, including; renovation of Munich Main Central Station sub-level, renovation of Marienplatz Subway Station, new build of Munich IT Center
2006 – 2010
1996 – 2006
English – Native or bilingual proficiency
German – Native or bilingual proficiency
Spanish – Elementary proficiency